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Bond Advisory Committee

Bond Advisory Committee

About the Committee

The Maricopa Integrated Health System Bond Advisory Committee was created by the Maricopa County Special Health Care District Board to assist the District in developing a potential bond proposal for presentation to Maricopa County voters. The committee’s purpose is to review, prioritize and make recommendations to the District Board on proposed bond projects in support of MIHS’ mission, vision and community needs, as well as to develop a bond proposal comprised of prioritized projects and make a recommendation to the District Board regarding the issuance of bonds. It also seeks to obtain public comment, community and stakeholder input, as well as expert opinion. Read More.

 

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